|All About The Telescope - P. Klushantsev|
Surely, youâd like to know where the Earth ends, what surrounds the Earth, how far it is to the Moon and the stars, why the stars sparkle, why a ball you throw up always falls down, why itâs warmer in the Sun in summer, why the moon is round one day and crescent shaped another, and what other planets are there besides earth. The answers to these and many other questions are contained in P. Klushantsevâs book All About the Telescope.
Keywords: astronomy; popular science; children's book; telescope; planets; stars, moon; earth; constellations
|A Spaceship In Orbit - Yu.V. Kolesnikov, Yu. N. Glazkov|
"What lies ahead of you is the investigation of the crater-gnawed Moon and the landing on Mars. You are expected to penetrate into the hotbed furnace of Venus, install stations on the satellites of the big planets and probe the opaque atmosphere of Jupiter and Saturn. You are going to study the Sun, near-Sun and interstellar space, and then the innumerable stars. By examining them one by one you will learn that some of the stars are very much the same as the Sun, while others are quite different...
Keywords: space travel; spaceships; space; planets
|A Book About Stars and Planets - To Be Read To Children - Yefrem Levitan|
This book will help you give 6- to 8-year-olds an idea of one of the most thrilling sciences, astronomy. A knowledge of astronomy is very useful for children because first, it plays an important part in forming a wide view of the world; second, the study of astronomy develops in children the power of observation and the ability to make deductions from their observations; and third: a child interested in astronomy will study nature, geography, mathematics, physics, chemistry and his or her other ...
Keywords: astronomy; education; children; raduga